Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, December 12, 1921, Page 14, Image 14

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THE MOTIVING OREGOXI AN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1921
SOMEBODY HEAD OFF
THAT MAN EINSTEIN
Relativity Killjoy Already Has
Made Trouble Enough.
MOON IS FOUND SPEEDING
Week of EUht Days, Two Full
Moons a Month and Other
Dreadful Things In Store.
BT WILLIAM BIRD.
.Coorrliht. 1I21. by The Oregonlan.l
LONDON, Dec. 11. (Special Cable.)
The full and frightful consequences
of the Einstein theory are Just be
ginning to be appreciated. Too many
people up to this time have gone
quietly about their business If any
without regard to the professor and
his advanced Ideas (not to use the
longer and uglier word "propa
ganda"), blissfully Ignorant of the
fact that, while they were thus oc
copied, the professor was patiently at
work undermining the very bases of
thA inlar A vat em.
For, to s'peak the- whole horrible
truth. British astronomers at the
Greenwich observatory have just dis
covered that, thanks to the Einstein
theory of relativity, the moon has
peeded up In its orbit and is now
8O0 yards (about half a mile) ahead
of the. point where It was 24 years
aaro relatively sneaklncr, of course
If this sort of thing goes on and
tt will go on they declare, unless
something Is done about it. It won t
be many million years before we
shall have two or three full moons
every month and four or five tides
Instead of two every day.
General IJeranuenient Seen.
Imagine the consequences. Visitors
at summer hotels, when that time
comes, will be obliged to overhear
the moonings of moonstruck cousin
on the verandas at least twice as
often as thev now do.
Criminals, "taking advantage of the
dark of the moon," will have twice
as many opportunities for their fell
deeds. Graveyard tthosts will scarcely
get any rest at all. and the demand
for rabbits- feet will force the price
far out of reach of the common man
nblLeed to pass by a cemetery on his
wiv home from his nocturnal tolls.
All this, coupled with the fact that
publishers of almanacs and calendars
will have to scrap their whole stock
of tables and plates, means a direct
loss that is certain to be reflected in
higher taxes, unemployment and gen
eral misery. And why?
Simply because a man with a fine
sounding title and an unmistakably
German name has been allowed to
spread his subversive doctrine among
the patriotic and conservative masses.
Anil That Isn't All.
Nor is this all. The matter of the
t!des alone concerns every cttlren, lit
tle as he may realize it. it it is true
today and it has never been success
fully contested that time and tide
wait for no man. how much more so
will It be the case when said tides
are bobbing up and down eyery few
hours along the American coasts
from Maine to Texas and from Seat
tle to San Diego.
Some may say they have never
asked the tides to wait for them and
that they may go hang, but this Is a
elfish and short-sighted attitude to
take.
In view of this menace, what Is be
ing done by our public authorities?
Can anybody point to a single bill in
troduced into the parliament of any
allied country, putting a stop to this
sort of tampering with things that
have always given satisfaction just
as they are and that the vast ma
jority of people the world over would
prefer to maintain on their .present
historical and traditional basts? To
look at the record one would think
that our legislators were perfectly
content to have the moon racing
around in its orbit at a reckless pace,
In defiance of all the laws of celes
tial traffic and astronomy.
Eight-Day M'eek Looming.
And if the moon is to be allowed to
break the laws with Impunity the ex
ample Is sure to spread. The next
thing the sun will Join the race and
we shall have eight days in a week
and the most popular poem In the
English language will have to be re
vised to read:
I
Thirty-five days hath September,
April, June and November.
All the rest have thirty-six,
Kxceptlng February, which alone
nam tniny-twn, anei in Disectue or leap
years, thirty-three.
Tou see, the whole rhyme and
wing of the thing Is destroyed.
There will be 424 days in a year and
this In turn Is sure to be used by un
scrupulous landlords as a new pretext
for raising rents.
By and large, then, there is little to
be hoped from our legislators, who.
as usual, are too busy looking out for
their own narrow political interests
to concern themselves with the gen
eral welfare, and the only chance of
avoiding calamity lies In an aroused
and awakened public opinion.
People who want to avoid having
the sun rise and wake the baby at
J o'clock In the morning should or
ganise now before it Is too late and
make their sentiments felt.
Obituary.
Charles E. Wheelock.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Dec. 11.
(Special.) Charles E. Wheelock, 72
years old. and a resident of Vancou
ver from 18S1 until 1896, died a his
hime, 1415 Multnomah street, in Port
land, at 3 o'clock this morning. He
was a native of Wisconsin, coming
to Vancouver In 1881. He was a mem
ber of the United Artisans of Port
land. Mr. Wheelock Is survived by
his widow. Mrs. Ella A. E. Wheelock.
two sons. Maurice E. Wheelock of
Belllngham. Wash., and Alfred E.
Wheelocx of Portland, and two
daughters. Mrs. Mabel Odell of Port
land and Mrs. C. Ermon of Pomeroy.
Wash.
Funeral services will be held from
the Knapp funeral chapel here at 2
o'clock tomorrow, Rev. C. C. Curtis
of the First Christian church officiat
ing. The choir from (he Christian
church will furnish the music. In
terment will be in the family plot in
the old city cemetery.
Xunia Arnold.
DALLAS. Or.. Dec. 11. (Special.)
Numa Arnold, civil war veteran, died
at his home in this city December B,
after a long Illness. He was a na
tive of Michigan, where he was born
7S years ago. During the civil war
he served In the 2d Wisconsin cav
alry. He was a member of U. S.
Grant post, Grand Army of the Re
public, of this city. Mr. Arnold is
survived by his widow, four daugh
ters, Mrs. U. M. Barker of Salem, Mrs.
O. C. Ferris of Salem. Mrs. O. L.
Lents of Dallas and Mrs. C. R. Ellis'
of Iola, Kan., and three sons, J. J. j
Arnold of Salem, M. F. Arnold of In-J
dependence and A. N. Arnold of Salem.
I. I.. Stringliam.
LA GRANDE. Or.. Dec. 11 (Spe
cial.) The death of I. L. Strlngham
occurred at the family home, six miles Dr. A. H. Ross of Eugene was elected
east of La Grande, Friday. Mr. president of the Lane County Medi
Stringham has lived on his ranch In j cal society at Its meeting last night,
the Grande Ronde valley for 17 years ; Other officers chosen were: Dr.
and for 25 years was a resident of j Dr. Gav'n Dyott. Cottage Grove. vice
Oregon, having been born at Greswell, president; Dr. C. B. Donahue, Eugene,
la., April 3, 1861. Surviving are his j secretary and treasurer and Dr. S. M.
widow, one daughter, Mrs Inez May j Kerron. Eugene, censor.
Conrad, and two
Ralph Strlngham.
sons, Edgar and
Robert McMurphy.
EUGENE. Or.. Dec. 11. (Special.)
The. funeral of Robert McMurphy of
Eugene, who died suddenly at Rose
burg Tuesday on his way to Cali
fornia, was held today at the First
Congregational church. Rev. W. H. L.
Marshall, the pastor, assisted by Dr.
D. W. De Busk of the University of
Oregon, conducted the services at the
church and the Masons at the grave
in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
John J. Banks.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. Dec. 11. (Spe
cial.) The funeral of John J. Banks,
73. a pioneer citizen of Chehalis, was
held here today following the arrival
of the poozy rrom State Center, la.,
where he had resided for a number of
years past. Two nephews, J. W.
Banks, who accompanied the body
from Iowa: and Arthur W. Banks of
Tacoma survive.
Michael Kelley.
DALLAS. Or., Dec. 11. (Special.)
Michael Kelley, for 12 years a resi
dent of Dallas, died last week at the
Dallas hospital of heart disease. Mr.
Kelley is survived by three brothers
and a sister, James and Edward Kel
ley and Mrs. Katherine Applegate of
Portland, and Thomas Kelley of San
Francisco. The body was sent to
Portland.
Miles Stundish Allen.
KELSO. Wash.. Dec. 11. (Special.)
Miles Standish Allen. 71. passed
away at his home near Ostrander
Friday night- He was born in Penn
sylvania and was a pioneer resident
of Clarke county. Burial will be
made near Yacolt.
COMMITTEE OF 14 NAMED
Group to Campaign for Wilson
Foundation Fund.
Appointment of a founder's com
mittee of 14 to select for the Wood-
row Wilson foundation fund, among
prominent business men, has been
made by Elton J. Watklns, chairman
for Multnomah county. Lists or
names of business leaders In this city
who should be solicited have been for-v.-arded
from the national foundation
headquarters at New York.
Members of the committee Include
G. Y. Harry, John D. Mann, W. B.
Bennett. Walter B. Glisan. Frank
Stretberg Jr., Johnston Wilson, Judge
Stevenson. Edgar Freed, George A.
Loveioy, Dr. Elof T. Hedlund, Lois
J. Hers, George Alexander, E. J. Wood
and Alex Sweek. An active campaign
will be started today.
A personal appeal Is being made to
employers and employes throughout
the city and state for their support
of the Woodrow Wilson foundation.
County chairmen report that the cam
paign is progressing rapidly In the
various counties, and campaign offi
cers are of the opinion that there is
every reason to believe that Oregon
will fully subscribe the fund of $10.-
000 which has been fixed as her quota.
Tillamook Bridge Open.
TILLAMOOK. Or., Dee. 11. (Spe
cial.) Thursday night the repairs to
the Tillamook bridge, the east ap
proach of which collapsed in the re-
cent storm, was fixed so that thos6
who were caught on the west side in
DAILY MKTEOR01.0GICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Deo. 11. Maximum tem
perature. 60 degrees: minimum. 52 degrees.
Klver reading, H A. 51.. 5.0 feet: change In
last 24 hours, none. Total rainfall (5 P. M.
to 5 P. ML), 0.42 Inch: total rainfall since
September 1, 1021, 17.22 Inches: normal
rainfall since September 1. 14.68 inches:
excess of rainfall since September 1, 1021,
2.59 Inches. Sunrise. 7:48 A. M. : sunset.
: P. M. Total sunshine December in.
none; possible sunshine. 8 hours 43 min
utes. Barometer (reduced to sea level), at
P. M.. 30.07 Inches Relative humidity
at I A. M.. 66 per cent; at noon, 71 per
cent; at 5 P. M . 82 per cent.
THI WEATHER
Wind
STATIONS.
Baker .....
Boise .....
Boston ....
34! 42 0.00.. W Cloudy
3S 0.00 . . ,NW Cloudy
46 0. 0:. . iNWMClear
50O.00I..ISW Pt. cloudy
42:0.26 22 NW Rain
62 0.00,.. W jCloudy
B6 0.00 12 NW Pt. cloudy
algary .....
Chicago ...
LH-nver ....
Des Moines..
Eureka ....I
B8 0.00;..IW Cloudy
Galveston . ..!
64 0.00 14 SW
5il 11.(111 14 W
Pt. cloudy
Helena . . . . .
Juneaut ....j
Kansas City.
Cloudy
Clear"
Clear
46 0.001. .I....
64 0.00 14 NW
SO O.OOL.IW
Los Angeles.
Marahfleld .
Med ford
Minneapolis
44 00:0.00: ...SW
Cloudy
38 50 0.00 . . E
Cloudy
3 0.00 14 NW
Clear
.N.-u- Orleans
70 0.00 10 SW Cloudy
46 0.00 16 W Pt. cloudy
New York . . .
North Head.
50 52, 1.80I30IS I Rain
. . 74 0.001. .INWICIear
.. 46 0 .00 16 SB jCloudy
52 60 0.42L12 8 Rain
44 54 O.OOL.NB Cloudy
40i 56 O.OOl. .INW'ciear
Phoenix ....
Pocatello ...
Portland ...
Roseburg . . .
Sacramento
St. Louis ....
Salt Lake...
San Diego...
(12 (i .00 22 NW Cloudy
460.00 . 'NWICIoudy
74'o.uO1 . .!NW;ciear
5H O.OO . . NW Clear
s. Francisco
Seattle
SItkat
Spokane ....
Tacoma
Tatoosh Isd.
Valdest
52 5612. 08!14;nE Rain
44 O 00 . .
46 54 0 OOliOKW Cloudy
04 z. iv . . usb Kaln
50 0.50 . , B Cloudy
t36!o.O0 . .1
82 0.iei..NW Cloudy
52iO.OO . . SW Cloudy
14 0.0O10!8E Pt. cloudy
60 0 OOi. .IE Pt. cloudy
Walla Walla
Washington
Winnipeg .
i a k I m a . . .
tA. M. today.
P. M. report of preceding
day.
FORECASTS.
Portland and vicinity Rain: southwest
erly winds.
Oregon and Washington Rain: fresh
southwesterly galea on the coast.
Southeast storm warnings were ordered
at 9:00 A. M. for all Oregon and Washing
ton coast stations for a storm approaching
Vancouver island, which was expected to
cause fresh to strong southeasterly shift
ing to southwesterly gales on the coast
Sunday and Sunday night.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE PLAYERS, Inc.
Present .
BELINDA AN APRIL FOLLY
By A. A. Milne
CHARCOAL One-Act Play
By George O'Neal
Monday Evening,
December 12, 1921
Lincoln High School Auditorium
8:20 P. M.
Tickets on Sale at
Sherman, Clay & Co. $1.00
their autos, were able to get them
home. There were quite a number of
autos, Including lb Portland cars.
Lane Doctors Elect.
EUGENE. Or.. Dec. 11. (Special.)
AMI SF.MKNTS.
In Joint Recital with
ALICE GENTLE
Dramatic Soprano
AUDITORIUM
Tues. Eve. Dec. 13th
Arthur Rubinstein
Pianist
Prices: $2.20, $1.65, $1.10, in
cluding tax. Seat sale, Sherman,
Clay & Co., December 10, 12, 13.
Elwyn Concert Bureau
505 Piatt Bldg. Main 5991
JOSFPH E HOWARD & fTHlYN ClARrC
IN NEW VEHICLE .
TIM . KlTrV CTMEAKA ClAUPE OOUEN
AL & FANNY STEDMAN
rAKSHUTgn-roH HAgBAIHT TAYIOE
JACK KENNEDY S CO.
M- COMEDY OF THE LINKS
r4
TICKET OFVTCB SALE
Opens Today
TTUTT Tp BrradwaT it Taylw
nLVlLilVJ Phone Main 1
THIS WEEK S215: NIGHTS
SPECIAL, PRICE MAT. SAT.
niCMAHO G.MERNDON
NANCE
ONEIL
S&PAJJ ION FLOWER'
ADSTINCTPMHATICACWVMENT
I SPLENDID SUPPORTING CAST
. 4V
SI PKRB PRODUCTION
EVE'S Floor, $2.50; Balcony, $2,
11.50, $1; Gallery, 77c, 50c. SPE
CIAL SAT. MAT. Floor, $1.50;
Balcony, $1; Gallery, 50c. Add 10
Per Cent War Tax.
FIRST TIME IIKKK
ON ANY STAIIE.
NOW PLAYING
Wlllard Mack's Big Smashing Dramatic
success
"SMOOTH AS SILK"
"Silk" Was Sha'dy, but Tou Will Admire
His Methods.
TODAY' Special Feature Bill
TONIGHT
BERT LITEM. IN
"ALIAS I.A DYFDfGJUM.'
MO IKK A REVUE and Other
Variety.
Fine
Will Irwin
FamouM Jonrnallst and
Correspondent
Third nmhpr
Lyceum Coarse
, AUDITORIUM
Monday Evening
December 12
Lectures on
"The Next War"
Seat!? on Sale
Meier Frank's, Dec. 0-10-12
Prices) SOe, 75o, 91.00
Direction MIINon-Whlte
LYRIC
MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY
There Is nothing hut fun in
"A CLOSE SHAVE"
Afternoons at 2. Evenings at 7 and 9
CIRCLE
Fourth at
l anhlneTton
Thomas Meighan
"Cappy Ricks"
Also a Comedy, "Tin Can," Pathe News
and Mutt and Jeff.
Open from 9 o'clock In the mnrnlne'
4 uaUl s o'clock the following morulas.
HIPpodponIE
AMISKMKNTS.
PAN TAG E
Continuous 1 P M to 11 P M.
THK WORLD'S CHAMPION
JACK DEMPSEY
With Manager Kearns and the Dempsey
Road Show.
1A GANA, ZKKiFF.I.D FOLLIES
DANCER.
THK Bit; Slinn of THK CKNTl RY.
ACCTION SALES TODAY.
At Wilson's
Furniture. 161
Auction House. 10
-171 Second street.
MEETING NOTICES.
GUT. REAZEB GROTTO
NO. 83 will pay Beaverton
lodge at Beaverton. Or., a
fraternal visit and confer
the M. M. degree, on Satur
day. December 17. at 8
o'clock. Invite your Masonic friends, ay
order of the Monarch.
HARRY A. McRAE. Act. Secy.
PiRlTRflSR 1inOE. A. F.
AND A. M.. 6. D Stated
communication this (Monday)
evenlnz. S o'clock, on SandJ
blvd. and Ryan st. Work In
1 M decree. Visiting breth
ren welcome. By order W. M.
ROBERT W. rETKRSU.v . sec.
HARMONY LODGE NO. 12.
A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Monday)
.v.nin at 7:30 o'clock, ciec
tion and Installation of offi
cers. Dues should be paid at
this meeting, visiting ggw-
WILLAMETTE! LODGE. NO
2. A. F. AND A. M. A special
communication will be held
this (Monday) at 7 P. M Work
in E. A. degree. Visiting
hrethern welcome. By order
T. VAN HEEKEREN. Secy.
MARTHA WASHINGTON
CHAPTER NO. 14. O. E. S.
Stated meeting this (Monday)
evening. S o'clock. E. 8th and
Burnslde. Election of officers
and payment or dues. visit
ors welcome. By order W. M
BELLE RICHMOND. Sec
PENINSULA LODGE NO
lis, L O. O. V.. meets every
Monday evening at 1. O. O. F.
hall. &B0V. W. Lombard strs.t.
All Oddfellows invited.
GEO. B OTTEBSl'tD. Sea.
GUS H. CRAMER.
713 SELLING BLDG.
Main 6028.
Jewel and emblem manufacturer,
watch and Jewelry repairing.
DIAMONDS.
Diamond Setting and Mounting.
FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER NO. 115. O. .
S. Stated communication this (Monday)
evening, at 8 o'clock. In Vincent Hall, 4:ld
and Sandy. Election of officers. By
order of W. M. ELLA DUNN RICE. Sec.
LODGE EMBLEMS, class pins, officers
Jewels: carry large stock to select from:
special work to order In our own factory.
Davids, Jewelers and opticians, 343 Wash
ington street at Broadway.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 Sixth st
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals 810 Washington at.
DIED.
HEYDT Dec. 10. at the late residence.
1630 Albina ave.. Anna O. Heydt. aged
41 years, beloved mother of James
Heydt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. W.
Mathlesen. sister of Mrs. W. H. 1himn.
Mrs. J. Slngaas, N. W. Mathlesen Jr..
Grace Mathleaen of Portland, and Mrs.
Charles Pierce of Berkeley. Cal. The
funeral service will be held today (Mon
day). Dec. 12. at 10 A. M.. at Flnley's
mortuary, Montgomery at Fifth. Con
cluding service Milwaukle cemetery.
Friends Invited.
STOUFFER In this city. December 8.
George B. Stouffer. aged 62 years. De
ceased was a member of Portland Lodge
Loyal Order of Moose. No. 291. and
Knights of Pythias at Oakland. Cal. Re
mains are at the conservatory chapel of
the East Side Funeral directors. 414 E.
Alder street. Notice of services will ap
pear in a later issue.
ROGERS In this city, December 10.
Henry B. Rogers, aged 55 years. Fu
neral notice later. Remains at the real
dentlal parlors of Miller & Tracy.
FI NERAI, NOTICES.
MTTLTHAUF In thi city. December 10.
Eltzfibeth Multhauf. aed 62 years, be
loved wife of Martin Multhauf. mother
of Mrs. Margarettha Mickley of Port
land. Martin Multhauf of Stockton. Cal.;
Anton of Portland and Joseph Multhauf
of Rosalie, Kan. Mrs. Multhauf was a
member of the Rock wood grange and
Fatrvlew Artisans The remains will
be at the residence, 1978 East Taylor
street. Monday after 2 P. M. Brief fu
neral services will be held at the above
residence Tueiday, December IS, at 1
P. M. Principal services at the Port
land crematorium at 2 P. M. Frlenda
Invited. Arrangements In care of
Miller ft Tracy.
8TIFFL.ER December 11, at the resi
dence of his daughter, Mrs. C. C.
Brown.. 326 Multnomah street, Jacob
Stlffler, aged 90 years. Husband of
Elizabeth Stlffler. father of Joseph
Stlffler. Mrs. A. S Moore. Mrs. C. C.
Brown and grandfather of Mrs. J. H.
Keller of this city and brother of Jo
seph Stiffler of Muncie. Ind. Mr. Stlffler
was a member of Silver Leaf lodge.
Knights of Pythias of Muncie. Ind.,
hence funeral services will be under the
auspices of the Knights of Pythias of
thla city. Tuesday. December 13. at 11
A. M , Portland crematorium. Remains
are at Downlng's funeral home. East
Seventh and Multnomah streets.
WHITE In this city December 10. 1921.
Isabella E. White, aged 78 yean, sifter
of Mrs. Louisa Livermore of Shirley,
Mass., and Mra. L. A. Field of Grand
Rapids, Mich., and grandmother of Mrs.
C. Benedlot of this city. Private serv
ices will be held at the chapel of Ed
ward Holman & Son, Third and Salmon
streets, Monday. December 12. at 10
A. M. Concluding services at the Port
land crematorium.
STETZEL In this city, Doc. 8. Henrietta
Stetsel. aged 61 years 8 months and 18
days, beloved mother of George Stet
sel, Mrs. Henrietta Judkins. Mra. Louise
Brun, all of this city. The funeral
services will be held from the conserva
tory chapel of the East Side Funeral
directors. 414 East Alder st., today (Mon
day). December 12 at 10:80 A. M. Friends
Invited. Interment In Rose City ceme
tery. CUNNIN'OHAM At residence, 263 Four
teenth street, December 9, Rev. Edward
J. Cunningham, aged 37 yeara. Requiem
mass will be offered at the cathedral.
Fifteenth and Davis streets. today
(Monday), December 12, at 9 A. M.
Friends are invited. Remains will be
forwarded by McEntee A Ellers to Lex
ington. Neb. where Interment will take
place.
J AC K.30 N In th Is city. December 10.
1921, Mary Alice Jackson, mother of
Albert R. Jackson of this city and Mra
Lavllla J. Bland of Walla Walla. Wash.
Funeral service will be held Tuesday,
December 18, at 10 A. M. at the chapel
of the Portland crematorium. Remains
are at the chapel of Edward Holman A
Son, Third and Salmon streets, where
friends may call.
CURRIE In this city, December
Charles E. Currie, aged 63 years, be
loved husband of Hat tie Currie, father
of Mrs. F. J. Cummlngs and Mrs. Helen
Svenson of Mlnot. X. D. Funeral serv-
Ives will be held tomorrow (Tuesday),
Uecemoer at iu A. m . at the chapel
of MlMer ft Tracey. Interment Rose City
cemetery.
RICHARDS In this city. December 10.
1921. Henry Riley Richards, husband of
Bertha E. Richards and father of
Marlon, Kenneth and Jack Richards.
Friends are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral services to be held at
the chapel of Edward Holman ft Son.
Third and Salmon srtreets, Wednesday 1
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Concluding serv
ices at Portland crematorium.
RENO In this city, Dec. 9. Donald Marlon j
Reno, aged 11 years, beloved son of Mr. f
anl Mrs. W. D. Ross, residing at 409
N 19th st. The funeral services will take
place from the conservatory chapel of
the East Side Funeral directors. 414 E.
Alder St., at 2 P. M. Tuesday. Dec. 18.
Friends invited. Interment Lone Fir
cemetery.
BISHAP In this city. December 10. John j
Bishap, aged 62 yeara a brother Ed- !
ward Bishap of Sherwood Or., survives.
Funeral will be held from St. Mary's
church, Williams ave. and Stanton. Tues
day. Dec. 13. at 8:80 A. M. Interment
Mount Calvary cemetery. A. R. Zellar
Co., directora
BULLIER At his lats residence, 24ft H
Halsey street. Albert R. Bulller, aged
58 years. Funeral services will be held
at P. L. Lerch funeral parlors. East
Eleventh at Hawthorne, Tuesday at 1:30
P. M. Frienda invited. Interment Cedar
Mills.
CHAPMAN In this city. December 10.
Andrew J., aged 60 years, husband of
Minnie G. Chapman of 895 Kirby street.
The remains were forwarded thia (Mon
day) morning to Wiiber, Or., where
services will be held and interment
made.
TEUSCHER The funeral service for Emll
Teuscher, late of Hillsdale, Or., will be
held today (Monday) at 1 P. M. at Fin
ley's mortuary, Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends Invited. Concluding service I
Rlverview cemetery, j
Portland Business Bulletin
A directory of business firms, professional men, manu
facturers, repair men, etc., classified for ready reference.
Information as to any class of work not listed may be
obtained by calling Main 7070, House 40.
ARCHITECTS.
F. C. ROSE, architectural designer for all
types of homes; correct blueprints and
details for interior finish. Main 75:16.
Main 7805.
ACCOUNTANTS.
j R- BLACK. public accountant,
auditor. Income tax service. Concord
bldg.. 2d and stark. Phone Main 7443. I
ATTORNEYS.
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer,
of Commerce building.
528 Chamber
ASSAVKKS AXU ANALYSTS.
MY tV ASSAY OFFICE. 142
old. sliver, platinum bought.
BATHS. ETC.
DR. McMAHON'S baths. Portland: steam
showers, plunges, tuba, all for 35c; teil
your friends. Fourth at Washington.
CELLULOID BITTO NS.
THE IRW1N-HODSON COMPANY.
3S. Wash! ngton. Bdwy. 44. Tabor 1254.
t'HIRQI'R AC I It
DR. McMAHON (McManl. Portland: 12th
year. Seven post - graduate research
coursea Rates: Extended time, 81 ad
Justments. 315: restoring health.
CHIROPODISTS.
WILLIAM, EFtelle. Florello and Dewane
De Veny. the only scientific chiropodists
and arch specialists In city. Parlors
301 Gerllnger bldg.. southwest corner
Second and Alder streets. Main 13Q1.
DK. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles sci
entifically corrected ; lady assistant. 512
-norisan DiQg. Main 876
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TAILORS
AND HATTERS
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COLLECTIONS.
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No collections, no charges. Estab. ltKHJ.
I1ENTISTKY.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
Third Floor RaleUh Bldr
Corner Sixth and WasTilniton St.
"ain -Jim. Auto. 2119.
DENTISTRY
DR. A. W. KEENS.
No After Effects.
Sol Vi Washington St.
Above Majestic Theatrr.
Without Pain.
X-Rav Work
KI.Et TKII Al. HKI'AIKIM,.
MOTORS REWOUND
and
repaired
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
NICHOLS ELECTRICAL WORKS
mne S27-2T. 228 Main Su
MPglC TKACHKRH.
L. CARROLL DAY. teacher of piano and
voice Broadway gtt U8 13th st.
JKWKI Kl MMi. AND RKI'AIKIM,.
ROSS A CO.. WHOLESALE JEWELERS.
31l MOHAWK BLDG. 3D MORRi SO X.
rHVSICIANS.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Broadway building;
stomach, bowel, liver, kidney, bladder,
rectal, prostate and female disorders
without operation.
PjMNTDJG,
H. TERRILL. house and
sign painter.
papering, tinting. 467 E. 37th
labor Mil.
FCNERAI.NOTICE8.
JOHXSON December 9. 1021, ii this city.
Mrs. Ellen Johnson, aged 74 years, be
loved wife of Carl Victor Johnson and
late of 679 East Twenty-first street
South, belcved mother -of Mrs. Theodore
Alllsen. Funeral services will be con
ducted Monday. December 12, 1921. at
2 P. M., from Pearson's undertaking
parlors, Russell at Union avenue. Friends
invited. Interment Rose City cemetery.
Deceased was a member of Multnomah
circle No. 170, Women of Woodcraft.
FISHER The funeral service for Ger
trude Fisher, late of HOIS East Twenty
fifth North, will be held today (Mon
day) at 11:80 A. M. at Finley'f mor
tuary, Montgomery at Fifth. Friends
Invited. Concluding service Rom City
cemetery-
BRISTOI The funeral service for Louisa
V. Bristol, late of 354 Chapman street,
will be held today (Monday) at 2:30
P. M. at Flnley's mortuary, Montgomery
at Fifth. Friend invited. Concluding
service Rlverview cemetery.
TAKBOUCHI-In this city. December 11.
K. Takeouchl, aged H yeara Funeral
services will be held from McEntee &.
Ellers parlors Tuesday, December 13. at
J :80 P. M. Friends invited. Interment
Rose City cemetery.
BERRY In this city. December 9, Ethlee
Lewis H. Berry. Funeral services will
be held today ( Monday). December 12,
at 2 P. M., at the chapel of Miller &
Tracey. Interment Rlverview cemetery.
FUNERAL CARS.
LIMOUSINES for funeral service. JONES
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Cremation
$45
Portland
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(Founded 1834;
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Third and Salmon Sts. Main SOT.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
a home. 16th and Everett streets.
Phones Broadway 2183, Aut. 531-33.
SNOOK A WHEALDON.
Funeral Directors.
Successors to
Breeze dt Snook.
Belmont at 35th. Tabor 1258.
LERCH. UNDERTAKER,
EasL Eleventh al Hawthorne.
Phone East 78L
fin ley's mortuary
MONTGOMERY AT STH MAIN .
nvruyrp UNDERTAKING CO..
IvCntO Third and Clay. Main 415S.
AD 7CI I PR Pfl 692 Williams Ave.
. t, tCLLCn uUi) Phone Easi 1088.
A D. KEMVOKIHY CO.,
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YEARS' EXPERIENCE, BEST WORK
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Save Money on Your Glaohe.
25 years' experience: most
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service. Consult us free. Thousands of
satisfied patrons. Dr. Samuel Goodman,
associate optometrist. Main 2124.
rhaa W PfinJ.. 0l Morrison St.. Bet.
nas- VV- woodman Krom llm, rlnt.
WHY PAY MORE?
Glasses In gold - filled frames
fitted to your eyes. J2.J0. double
vision glasses at low prices;
satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. A. E. Hurwits.
optometrists, 225 First St. Main 451. '
DR. OEoRQE RUBEN STEIN, veteran op
tician; ees tested, glasses fitted, broken
lenses duplicated promptly, very reason
able prices. 2'-'tt Morrison st. M:tin BggL
PATENT ATTORNEYS.
PATENTS Our practice has extended over
a period of 74 yeara. All communica
tions strictly confidential: prompt, effi
cient, conscientious service: handbook
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Chicago office, room Sit) Tower b'.dg. ;
Washington office, room 1U3 Scientific
American bldg.; New York office, Wool
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25 years. If Invention really valuable, see
practicing lawyer. OOI -Dekum bldg.
PIPE REPAIRING.
PIPES REPAIRED
By Experts.
Plpf
Washington St
PRIN fF.KS.
PRINTING';,
F. W. BALTES & COMPANY
st and Oak. Main lQo.
KM Kl MA TIC SilCCIALIIST.
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The world's greatest rheumatic curs.
IT'S IN THE GOODS: THAT'S ALL.
JACK KING'S Mineral Treatments.
Cured Patients My Best References.
JACK KING. Rheumatic Specialist.
83 H Fifth St.. Corner Oak.
S.- ond FJoor Phut-nix Bldg.
THAN S FEB AM) STOKA.E.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO
Packing Moving Storage.
Money loaned on goods In storage.
03 Fourth st.. opp. Multnomah hotel.
Phone Bdwy. 3715.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.
474 Glisan St. Broadway 1281.
DRAT AGE. STORAGE.
Four Warehouses on Terminal Tracks
I IK BINARY.
ROSE CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAU
East 7th and Grant ts. Both phones
Day and night service; 3 veterinarians..
! V VERA I. DIRECTORS.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directora
Washington street, between 2uth and
21st sts., west side- Lady a .-..- taut.
Main 2691 Automatic S18-44.
DUNNING & CAIN
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
445 Morrison St.. West Slds,
Phones Broadway 430; Auto
matic 545-58.
EAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
(F S- DUNNING INC.)
The family sets the price," 414 E. Aldsr
Phona East 52. Aut. 325-25.
FLORISTS.
LARGEST
RETAIL FLORIST
IN
PORTLAND.
32 g Morrison St..
I'ortland Hotel.
I'honr liar. 7 S3.
MARTIN & FORBES
COMPANY
354 Washington St.
Main 269
Fine Roses and Orchids a
Specialty.
Flowers for all occasions
artistically arranged.
Personal attention given
wedding, reception, tea
and table decorations.
Flora' tributes promptly
sttended to.
bWKTLANirS SLOWER
SHOP.
Morrison St., bet. 3d and 4th.
Tel. Main 419.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASlONa
MAIN
4737
YAMHILl AT TENTH.
And Flora. Designs
25 Hothouses.
No Branch Stores
25 Years on Morrison
street, bet. 4th and
oth. Main 7709
i Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florists We spe
cialise Id funeral designs. 141 H Sixth.
opposite Meier A Frank's. Slain 7215
NOB HILL r'LORlSTS.
(Estate Alfred Burkliau-dL
B cor. 23d and Glisan Main 13.18
TONSETH'S F'.ORAL CO.. 287 Washington
L. bet 4th and Sth. Main 310.2. A 1101.
MONrMKNTS.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
m$ 4th st., opp. Qfa Hall. NEC BBOg.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WOPKS
QUALITY MEMORIALS
E. THIRD & PINE STS. PHONE E. 743
NEW TODAY.
RUG CO.
FLUFF JttJGS
Oldest and best equipped factory in
the northwest. Made out of your old
worn-out carpets and rugs. Save half
the price of a new ruar. Use woolen
clothlnK
11x12 RUGS STEAM CLEANED Sl.SO
East 33SO. 188 Eaat ElKbth.
MORTGAGE LOANS
Improved Property. Installment Re
payment! If Desired. Bulldlnjt Loatw,
Current Rates. Prompt Service.
A. H. Eirrell-GiU Co.
21U21 Northwestern Bank BuildinK.
Marshall 4114.
Edward LGoudey Co.
MOKKiAGE LOANS.
Lnlted States Bank BuildinK.
JNO. B. COFFEY
81'RETY BONDS,
INSURANCE.
4O0 Wilcox Bld.5. Alalm 6030.
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NORTHWEJfS.
seJIssS
MB' TODAY.
FeiMxer Hoirves
Better Pldtoridls -less Cost
WHEN you build a Fenner Home you
get better materials, a better con
structed home and save money. Fenner
Homes are not portables, but regular
homes, constructed according; to the high
est building standards. Materials are finest
quality and are factory cut, which insures
perfect fit. Hundreds of Fenner Homes
have been built in all parts of the country
during our eleven years in business. Let
us build for you.
WRITE OS PHONE
FENNER
tool of McK.au Amm. PortUoa. Orfoo
Downtown Office S27-S Artisans Hldn
Broadway and Oak Streets
Phone Broadway 2h33.
STORAGE SPACE
( entrally Located on Track
Wo can move and store your goods
In a fine sprinklcred building.
HA CLING, PACKING. STORAGE
CLAY S. MORSE, INC.
4M Glisan St. Bdwy. 3470.
REM. KSTATE.
I r li- Flat and A part men! Propert y
BARNEY JOHNSON CO.,
Realtors. 170 10th st.
Brick apt. bldg.. some furniture,
nearly new. close in. 4. 3. 2 spta $42,000.
Good terms, balance 6 per cent, net
ting 15 per cent. A splendid buy.
31 -room brick apt. 4. 3, 2 apts., all
furnished, modern. $1A.OOO, small pay
ment down, netting easily 15 per cent.
Why pay rentT Be your own landlord.
Main 31 HO.
FINE INCOME PROPERTY.
4 buildings of two flats each, located
on corner 100x100; property in fine con
dition: close m. west side: present In
come $4200 per year: the lot alone Is
worth the money; $32,500. about one-
third cash.
B. KERR. Realtor,
81)1 YsmhlU. Marshall 5 MM
$7 DOWN. 7 MONTHLY.
Splendid lOOxlOO. near 45th and Crys
tal Springs blvd., fine soil; price $470;
this lot was taken in through our mort
gage loan dept. and we have no use for
It. hence the low price. Kred W. Ger
man Co., realtors. 782 Cham, of Com.
$70OO EXCEPTIONAL bargain ; apart
ment property; store and 5 apartments,
partly furnished ; gaa heat ; all assess
ments paid; excellent condition; perma
nent net income $1800 per year. See
ownr. 001 Worcester bldg. Main 727B.
For Sale Lots.
BUILDINO SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED.
Let us design your home. We will
build right. Our prices are right. Same
construction for small home as large
one. Every consideration and care for
our clients,
ROBNETT A McCLURE. Builders.
Marshal! 32t2 3112 Couch Bldg.
H ACRE tract near Shaver and
37th. sts. $25 down, $15 pr mo-
J. L, HARTMAN CO..
8 Chcun. of Com. Bldg. Main 20$,
ROSE CITY S E. corner 41st and Braxes,
$1250; next to corner. $1000; improve
ments paid. Tabor 6441.
40xl2tj JUST acroSH the street from Lau
relhurst; all Improvements In; a snap
for $750 Main 7BLV
FIVE choice building sites
best part of
Ladd't Add ' a ch iM
175 Ran. 15th
BKACMONT ANNKX Two lots. 57x100
each, facing Fremont. Tsbor 67S2.
For Sale Houses.
ALAMEDA PARK.
ONLT $57.50 BASY TERMS.
5-room bungalow In very fine
district, 2 blks. car; cement base
ment, furnace, fireplace, bookcases,
buffet, plateglass windows, hard
wood floors, floored attic, fine ga
rage to see this Is to buy; will
also sell furnished.
MARSH A McCADE CO.. Realtors,
Failing Bldg. Mar. 3903.
Kventngt C.tll Tubor 43v
$3250 $3250 $3250.
$.-,i)0 CASH $500.
$25 PER MONTH--$25.
Brand new 4-room bungalow with
breakfast nook, oak floors throughout,
gas furnace, full plumbing, full cement
basement, light fixtures, shades; strictly
modern, move right In. Sellwood car to
Reynolds ave.. No. 534, near river; great
bargain. See it today. Phone East 4000.
LAURELHURST AVENUE COLONIAL.
Six rooms, modern In all ways; sewing
room, glassed -In sun porch, sleeping
porch, many other exclusive features;
fine district, close to car and school;
$6350, $10O0 down, balance easy.
J. R. HA1GHT. Realtor.
827 Board of Trade. Bdwy. 2045.
HUMES IN EXCLUSIVE DISTRICTS.
HOUSE $6300.
Comfortable home, situated In central
east side, west oT K 20th st., between
Montavilla and Rose City car line, near
grade and high schools; 8 rooms, attic
and cement basement ; hot air furnace.
Price $6500; no trade.
AE 265. OKKUONIAN.
BUILD TU SATISFY.
Before letting contract to build your
home, see us. We will save you money
and show you reel construction. Deal
with an ex-service man, soldiers given
every consideration.
ROBNETT A McCLURE BUILDERS.
Marshall 8292. 802 Couch Bldg.
$30 DOWN. $15 MONTHLY
106x141 and a substnntlstly-bullt 2
room cottsge, near Courtney station on
the Oregon Ciy line. This Is Id a new
platting and you have river-front rights
and privileges In connection with this
place. Priced at $900. Fred W. German
Co.. Realtors, 732 Cham, of Com.
ALAMEDA DISTRICT.
We are offering a lovely 5-room bun
galow, situated on corner lot, at a sac
rifice; $3500, $1000 cash, balance easy
terms.
ROBNETT A McCLURE. Resltors
Marshall 3292. 302 Couch Bldg.
BY OWNER.
Beautiful 5-room bungalow; every
thing In the way of conveniences; must
be seen; price right: owner at house
Sunday. 1 to 5 P. M. 591 East Oth st.
N., between Knott and Stanton. Tabor
R108.
NEW modern 4-room house with lights
and shades installed; lot 50x118, Mt.
Tabor; price $2900; small payment, bal
ance like rent. Phone Tabor 681; no
agents.
$4 tOO. $500 DOWN, balsnce $45 month.
'juym strictly modern 5-room bungalow
1095 Alameda. See builder next door
or atldrehs 75 Syracuse st.
NEW KENTON bungalow. 11000 cash will
handle; 7 rooms. H. W. floors, fireplace,
furcaoe ; full cement basement ; lots of
bullt-lns. 15 E Stafford sL
SEE THIS BARGAIN before you buy '
beautiful modern 8-room bungalow lot
100x00. paved. 600 E. 31st st. S. Must
be sold or rented.
$2300 TERMS. 4-rm. house. Sunnyslde.
large room; E. 35th st. Lot alone Is
worth the price. Scott A Berry. 1038
Befmont.
$3400 5O0 CASH. 4-rm. and . porch
Rt. 4. 11; garag-e; paved t. E. 37th
and Hawthorne. Scott A Berry. 103JS
Be.mont.
MUST SELL 8-room modern bungalow -will
take small car as part payment
Phone between 0 and 10 A. M. or ft and
7 PM. Sellwood 3403.
6 ROOMS, semi-modern. 40th st.. $2ino
terms. Lee Davenport, 612 Buchanan
bldg
$4500 $1250 CASH. 3-rm. bungalow. Just
finished. . Rose City, up-to-date. Scott
,v Berrv. 103 Belmont.'
$,;miio $650 CASH, 6-rm. cottage, paved
streets, large lots. Sunnyslde. Scott A
Berry, 1038 Belmnnt.
FOR SALE cheap by owner, good 7-room
house, Waverleigh Hts. Terms If de
sired. Phone S!) Hg5.
6-ROOM bungalow, on paved st.. 4 block
from car line; will consider light car
with some cash. Call Marshall 2182.
100x100 PAVED strt. 8 rooms, gara;
1 block to car; $32S0 on aay term a. Call
Bdwy 8400.
COMPLETELY furnished pix-rnom house.
garage and sleeping porch, low price.
easy terms. See It today. 10B9 Tillamook.
$300 DOWN. 5-room modern house, good
district.; hav. olbers. Alain !2o4.
VSBSSJSJU.
MFG. CO.sssbVL
WEAL KWTATE
For Sale
12 ROOMS.
COMPARATIVELY NEW
Near Reed College.
A REAL HOME Five full city lots,
almost an acre; fruit,
peaches, cherries, pears,
applfs, blackberries, rasp
berries BARN AXD CHICK EX HOUSE
and a fine large garden;
lawn in fine condition with
trees, shrubs and roses.
THREE-STORY FRAME HOUSK,
heated by hot water, built
for the owner who now feels
forced to sell for unexpected
reasons.
BASE M KNT Laundry, cold stor
age, fruit closet with bins,
hot water system In perfect
condition.
FIRST FLOOR Hall, living room.
17x35. sun parlor 10x25.
dining room with extra fine
sideboard, kitchen.
SECOND FLOOR Four bedrooms,
sewing room. bath, linen
closet and sleeping porch,
lots ol closet room.
THIRD FLOOR Three bedrooms,
closets and largs storage
room.
OARAGE. 15x3.
COST TO BUILD a few years ago.
with lots, $20,000. Can be
bought todsy for half It la
a wonderful home and a
bargain.
FRANK McCRTLLIfl.
24 Henry Bldg. Phone Bdwy. 7781
ALAMEDA.
SEVEN" ROOMS AND OARAGE,
$5500,
MODERN 8KMI-BUNQALOW.
House nicely planned, rooms old
Ivory finish, many built-in advan
tages. Including nice breakfast
nook, bath; will take In lot In
good district ; would like $1000
cash, balance easy.
FRANK McCRILLlfl.
824 Henry Bldg. Bdy. 7T&
ATTRACTIVE NEW
LAURELHURST BUNGALOW
GREATLY REDUCED,
Five rooms and attic, modern : owner
must sell ; will make a very attractive)
offer for caah, or terms may be ar
ranged. 1283 EAST PINE 8T.
Near East 41st Street.
INCOME OVER 1SX.
Make Your Hume Pay Its Way.
Close In, 9 rooms. 2 flats, mod
ern, with private baths; you live
in 5 rooms downstairs, with an in
come of $56 monthly for balance;
cement bssement, furnace, garage;
ONLY $5900 on EASY TERMS.
MARSH McCARE CO. Realtors,
322-3-4 Fslllng Bldg. Msr. 3998.
Evenings Call Tabor 430.
HEIGHTS home, taee In, 700 squars feet
ground; fine shrubbery; car line rear
street garage Tront street with com
munliatlnir st U-way to first floor; view
of all mounts, r.s unobstructlble ; ma
hogany and vh'te enamel ; hot-water
heat; oak floor, throughout; three tuba
three shower, four lavatories; living
room In mshorsny, 17x3S ft.. Including
10x17 ft. sun parlor; two hsated sleeping
perches off of four fsmlly sleeping
rooms; two maids' rooms and sit ling
room, besides tjird floor finished all in
one room price $30,000, Including com
mission tc any -ealtor. Residence phon
Main stgj Own:. V 213. Uregonlan.
STAR SALES SERVICE.
BRAND NEW MODERN.
New 5-room bungalow, embodying n-'W
features In bungalow construction, full
floored attic : has all modern built - Ins.
Including large fireplace, Dutch kitchen,
breakfaat nook, French doors, full ce
ment basement, laundry trays, furnace ;
bungalow is double constructed. In beau
tiful Irvington Park, adjoining $(1000
residence; I block to car; only $4250 for
a quick sale. See It today.
STAR REAL ESTATE INV. CO.,
Realtors. 312-13 Wilcox Bldg.
Main 504. FJve 319-07.
FOR SALE TERMS.
IRVINGTON.
Clsssy new colonial bungalow. Mix mo
lot,'. Improvements all paid ; hardwood
floors, furnace, fireplace, complete
kitchen and breakfast room ; tile bath,
vltrollte drain board. This is a real
home, well built, will stand Inspection.
Owner at house all day Sunday. 831
Wasco, corner 20th st. Phone Tabor
6341.. Fast 0933
IRVINGT N NEW.
Beautiful 5 -room bungalow with two
finished rooms on the second floor: less
than a year old; strictly up to date in
every respect; best construction and
material throughout; even In garage;
$050O, easv terms.
J. R. HAIGHT. Realtor.
327 Board of Trade Bldg. Bdwy 2043
HOMES IN RESTRICTED DISTRICT.
BY OWNER SAVE COMMISSION.
WEST SLOPE. MT. TABOR, 3-ROOM
BUNGALOW. IVORY FINISHED. TAP
ESTRY PAPER. FIREPLACE. FULL
CEMENT BASEMENT AND LAUNDRY
TRAYS, LARGE ATTIC; CORNER LOT,
AND EAST FRONT; ALSO PLACE FOR
GARAGE; $3HiK). $1200 DOWN, BAL
ANCE $25 PER MONTH; U. S. BONDS
ACCEPTED. TABOR 2626
IRVINGTON SACRIFICE.
$1000 BELOW VALUE.
3 bedrooms, sleeping porch, also maid's
room in attic. Two fireplaces, hardwood
floors, beautiful buffet and china closet,
full cement basement, rare shrubbery
and fruit. Entire house recently repaint
ed Inside and out. One block Irvington
car, 2 blocks Broadway. Terms. Owner,
telephone East 3735.
ROSE CITY PARK.
We have one of the best buys in Rose
City for $3J5u; 3 rooms, hardwood floors,
furnace, fireplace, built-Ins. full base
ment, corner lot. all improvements in
and paid; $750 cash, balance very easy
terms.
ROBNETT A McCLl'RE. Realtors.
Marshall Stf02. 302 Couch Bldg
QUICK SALE. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
Irvington home, 8 rooms, modern, full
basement, furnace, fireplace, hardwood
floors sleeping, porch, extra siie lot, rees,
shrubbery and fruit; an Ideal home :
small payment down, balance monthly.
Call in person Sunday. 608 WeMler or
phone owner week days. Main 532.
OOINO TO BUILD?
We design and build residences or any
building, asslsr In financing same; 12
yeara' continuous and complete building
Service. SECURITY AND SATISFAC
TION ASSURED. L. R. Bailey, contraet
ing architect. i-4 X. W. Bank bldg.
$734)0 ROSE CITY. 41st North, 2 bloc
north of Sandy; 8 rooms, strictly moder
73x100; garage; full cement drlvewa
owner changing business location j i
commissions, no agents. Phone Tab
232.
R03E CITY PARK
$5700 5-room modern bungslow, psved
street, east front. 1H blocks north of
Sandy; fireplace, furnace, buffet, hsrd
wood floori ull bssement and attlo
Owner Wdln 33.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
New Rose City Park bungalow; 7 large
rooms, garage ; all modern conveniences ;
best plumbing See this at 000. East
40th t. N. Low price. Some terms. Auto.
643-05
fT sIEAI 1 Ir I L bungalow home In Rose
City park; must be seen, to be appre
ciated; aM modern built-in effects, break
fast nook, extra fine full basement and
furnace, fOOxloo lot. H block off Sandy
Call Tabor 7sQS
$250 DOWN $25 M IKTHLT
6-room house, newly painted with ga
rage; 50x100 lot. in Wood lawn, only
$2750. Mar 407 ft.
A H. AKERSON. 420 Henrv Bids
THOROUGHLY modm lung:i
lot in goon residence nisirict. ."ortn ;jd
st Can be handled on easy terms Price
only $3400. For particulars call 404
Piatt bldg.. 127 Park t
ROSE CITY strictly modern .Vrooni bun
galow and aleeplng porch, '' blocks car,
doubls cement garage ilrawlng rent; no
agents ne.d apply. Price l.'.tiOO, easy
te-m Tabor 173,
PRACTICALLY new .Vruum bunKBi.,.
with half-acre. 20 minutes rrom the
pnstofflce on west side; near enr am,
school. Knap al 14800. Call owner at
Main 61142
X.MAS presents for the family. Modern
bungalow. Mnv- In F.al Xma. din
ner at home and he happy ever after
F.ast g14
WILL SBI.l. equity in three-room cottage,
completely furnished, all for $6on cash .
1200 In the plac. ; need money. Bv
owner. 770 E sth st. N.
J.'.' A MONTH, brand new modern bungs -low.
What can you pay down? 746 E
lMh. corner Rhone
$7500 FOR MODERN home In flr.t-clas
condition. In best part of 1..M : Addition.
Mnln K0.12.
ROSE CITY PARK 3-room modern, fur
nace, garage; $4730. part cash, terms.
pwuer. .63 E. Out.: sU -N.